Aaron Sánchez-Guerra is a recent graduate of North Carolina State University with a BA in English.
A trilingual journalist, he has been covering news about the Latino population in North Carolina for outlets like NPR’s Latino USA and Latino Rebels, as well as Qué Pasa, a local Hispanic newspaper. His stories reflect a range of voices, from Central Americans seeking asylum to migrant farmworkers recovering from Hurricane Florence.
Aaron is eager to work in South Florida for its proximity to Latin America, its rich culture as result of migration, and its diverse and fast-paced environment of unique news.
He is a native of the Rio Grande Valley in Texas of Mexican origin, a Southern adoptee, a lover of Brazilian culture and Portuguese, an avid Latin dancer, and a creative writer.